Dr. Gregory Bernard
Dr. Bernard grew up on a small farm in a small community and went to a small school. Yes, when you’re in a small community growing up – you have to think big. So, from a very young age, he knew he wanted to be a doctor to help people and improve the community.
After having an experience of “torticollis”, a condition where your neck gets locked into a position and experienced the ability of healing with just the use of hands and the fun relationships the doctor had with his patients – he was hooked.
He then attended St. John’s University, taking pre-med classes and getting a degree in Natural Sciences. He graduated in three years and started attending chiropractic school. At Northwestern College of Chiropractic he received an additional bachelor’s degree in Human Biology, a doctorate in chiropractic and an acupuncture certification.
Dr. Bernard has attended St. Johns University, Northwestern College of Chiropractic and the University of Health Sciences in Antigua.
He has two bachelor degrees, two doctorates, and is certified in Acupuncture, Forensic Medicine, Independent Medical Examinations, Occupational Health and Sleep Medicine RPGST. He is also board eligible for Neurology and and has training in ACLS and BCLS. Dr, Bernard has consulted and worked for Health Partners, Fairview Hospitals, Whitney Sleep Centers and consults for Evaluated and other insurance companies.
Dr. Bernard consults for many attorneys. This includes but is not limited to: causation, injury mechanics, fault, future care, and disability. Dr. Bernard has served on the board for United Way and Community Action and is now currently on the Medical Advisory Board for Journal of Sleep Medicine.
Dr. Kyle Cress
Dr. Cress grew up in a small western Wisconsin town. It was there he had his first experience with chiropractic as a patient. Initially, he was taken in for ear infections. As he went through high school he went regularly through the year as sports injuries and ailments added up. Time and again, the work of a chiropractor, gave him healing physically, as well as mentally. As a former athlete, Dr. Cress especially enjoys working with the youth.
The close personal relationships that can develop and the desire to help individuals and families on a deeper and broader level than just pain alone, drive Dr. Cress to become a better doctor each day. His ultimate goal is help patients one step at a time reach goals they never thought were attainable by meeting them where they are at and what they are ready for today. Dr. Cress strives to incorporate teaching of eating, movement, sleep, and mindfulness into his work as a chiropractor.
Outside of work at the clinic, Dr. Cress can be found next door, exercising at the Press Room, at home reading a book, practicing the guitar, tackling an outdoor endeavor and enjoying nature, attending a concert, and enjoying yoga or meditation.
He attended Ripon College, getting a degree in Psychobiology and a minor in Chemistry, while taking a variety of pre-med classes in biology, psychology, and chemistry. He also took a variety of classes in Philosophy. He graduated in four years and started anew at chiropractic school. At Northwestern Health Sciences University he received a doctorate in chiropractic, a nutrition certification, and a Graston certification (instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization).
He has a bachelor degree, a doctorate degree, and certifications in nutrition and Graston.
Kim Bernard is the office manager for Dr. Bernard’s chiropractic practice.
Kim is a Registered Nurse with 15 years of experience in healthcare with half of those years in leadership.
Kim’s strong organizational skills ensure that things run smoothly and efficiently for Dr. Bernard and his patients.
She also a certified yoga instructor.